Helpful InfoWhat is there to eat in Hakone?
This unique botanical garden, which display most of the aquatic plants seen in japanese wetlands, was first established in 1976. The botanical garden is located in Hakone-Sengokuhara, 650m (2,200 feet ) above sea level.
This warm and historic teahouse serves the traditional amazake drink by the 13th generation of the same family in a wonderfully preserved building. Visit to feel the history and hospitality of Japan.
Narukawa Art Museum, by Lake Ashi in Hakone, was opened to the public in 1988.
This private museum possesses masterpieces of nihonga, Japanese-style paintings, collected energetically by museum owner Minoru Narukawa over the course of 20 years, including 200 pieces by Kyujin Yamamoto, recipient of the Order of Cultural Merit.
This café provides the “forest” atmosphere. So come and enjoy our sweets and light meal with the natural landscapes of all four seasons!
How about a tea break after your lakeside stroll? Relax with a cup of good coffee or tea and a slice of freshly baked cake.